Thomas J. Iannozzi

Biography

    Mr. Iannozzi is a principal in KPMG’s Philadelphia Mergers and Acquisitions (“M&A”) Tax practice.  Mr. Iannozzi focuses on providing various U.S. international and M&A tax consulting services to clients, including advising on issues arising in connection with cross-border and domestic mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and reorganizations.  His specific responsibilities include: tax structuring of domestic and cross-border acquisitions, divestitures and (re)financings, tax due diligence assistance services, treaty qualification issues, earnings & profits (“E&P”) and stock basis analyses, passive foreign income company (“PFIC”) and controlled foreign corporation (“CFC”) analyses, Section 382 ownership change analyses, and post-acquisition integration (including transaction cost analyses).

    Mr. Iannozzi was previously seconded to the U.S. tax group in the U.K. member firm of KPMG for nearly four years, and he is currently a leader of the KPMG U.S. Inbound Tax Practice.

    Mr. Iannozzi is the author of “Claiming Tax Deductions for Foreign Related Persons”, published in CCH’s Corporate Business Taxation Monthly.  He is also a co-author of the United States chapter of the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD) M&A Tax Fundamentals, as well as the United States sections of the IBFD online Mergers and Acquisitions Database.

    Mr. Iannozzi has taught International Comparative Law classes at the London School of Economics, and he has spoken at a number of tax conferences in the United States and in Europe.

Education

  • B.B.A. (magna cum laude) University of Texas
  • J.D. Temple University School of Law
  • LL.M. Taxation from Temple University School of Law

Courses and Seminars

  • Taxable Acquisitions and Tax-free Reorganizations

Important:  Curriculum Changes Effective Fall 2014

Tax Research and Writing (LTX-3228)  and Law Governing Tax Practice (LTX-5000)  have been consolidated to create a new course  LTX-5005 Professional Responsibility of Tax Practitioners. This new 2 credit required course will be offered for the first time in Fall 2014.  LTX-3228 and LTX-5000 will no longer be offered.  For students matriculating prior to Fall 2014: If you have already taken either LTX-3228  or LTX-5000, you are not required to take this new course.  If you have previously taken Law Governing Tax Practice, you simply select a two-credit elective course in order to meet your credit requirements.

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